Friday, May 29th is a School Spirit Day! Wear your PMonts shirts all day for your class meetings, and click on the Zoom link at 4:00 PM to join Mr. Mitnick and HOS Michelle Morrison for our final singalong of the year! Turn on your video and select "Gallery View" so we can all see each other's faces as we close out the year with song!
Thank you for all the photos and videos – Please keep sharing!
It is great to stay connected with pictures and video as we continue this remote learning experience.
Lylaa does the 100 board using a sheet she made to write it out! Mila made a bird’s nest after learning about birds and Maya alphabetizes Set 2.
The children in the Tulip room surprised Mrs. Zhang at circle, wishing her a Happy Birthday with beautiful cards and signs!
The Tulip Room was excited to meet Sophia’s new brother!
Zoha’s mom shared a book about Ramadan at circle time.
Morgan works on her long chains, studies rocks and watches a lesson on money.
Max gets a lesson on sponge squeezing from Mrs. Soto.
Mrs. Gerstacker gives a 1-1 lesson on the stamp game to Anishka. The next day she does the work independently.
Mingxi and her brother Tianxin get a lesson from Mrs. Vikram. TJ makes a hand-print garden.
Morgan works on color mixing and completing her third year goals.
The topic at Elementary Social Time with Mrs. Eser was salt. The students learned about where salt comes from, and watched videos on how to make salt crystals and an art project with salt. Sadie sent pictures of her creations.
The Elementary After School has been busy with Steam Projects: a Truss bridge, walking rainbow and color wheel spinners, cartesian diver and buoyancy, Fibonacci sequence and nature, Barometers, Anemometer, Lava “lamp” and fizzy paint, Sundial and pop-up sun card, Whirlybird and airplane, and Snapping fish. – WOW!
Mingxi read a story to Mrs. Vikram during one on one time.
John read a story to his friends in the Tulip Room today!
TJ does flower cutting work.
The Montessori Method of education, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, is a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observations of children from birth to adulthood.